The Ontario Cannabis Store has formally announced their new craft cannabis program today. First reported late last year, the program creates a specific category for small-batch, craft cannabis products available for consumers in Ontario.
US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at the Peace Bridge Cargo Facility seized another 1,227 lbs. (557 kg) of cannabis in a commercial shipment of paper towels and dishwasher detergent.
At least a few licenced producers in Ontario say they hope to open their new, on-site “farmgate” retail locations in the coming months. Thrive Cannabis in Simcoe says they are putting the final touches on their retail store, with hopes of opening by April 20. Dykstra Cannabis in St. Catharines says they hope to have their own on-site retail store open by the end of this year.
The Ontario Provincial Police, in coordination with several other provincial and federal law enforcement agencies, recently announced the results of an eight-month investigation into firearms
The Ontario Cannabis Store shared a link to a popular subreddit dedicated to reviews of the products for sale in the province, but the forum’s users and moderators aren’t necessarily happy about it.
Operating as Bob’s Better Buds, Ritchie is one of the few licence holders in Canada with an indoor and outdoor operation on one site under one licence. His first crop was an outdoor crop harvested last October, followed by his first indoor crop started in mid-December.